quantum-equivalence law

quantum-equivalence law
noun
: a principle of photoelectric action: when a quantum of radiation is involved in a photoelectric process its whole energy reappears in other forms since photoelectric processes do not absorb fractional quanta as do some other processes (as Compton effect)

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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